After fifteen months, I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Unalome Photography got totally derailed by COVID-19, shortly after I originally created this post. At the time I was building Unalome Photography with two friends of mine in the Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon. But the pandemic screwed us all. And Unalome Photography got shelved.

But I’m back! My family and I crash landed in Southern Colorado in August 2020. We have dug in our heels and started establishing ourselves in the local community. Me, my wife and three kids, we’ve been super busy.

First, I wrote a tourism book about Pueblo:

It was published in December 2020.

After that, I focused all of my attention on Screams from the Trees, my online project chronicling “One Man’s Search for Meaning”:

With that project moving forward, I shifted focus once again and gave all my attention to Unalome Photography. After three months of nonstop hustle, I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. I’m ready to launch this thing!


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